Chinese Gov't Listening to Drivers, Passengers in Cars

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The Chinese government has installed eavesdropping equipment in up to 20,000 cars in Hong Kong, and another 10,000 trucks and buses, and already has documented their extraordinary accuracy in stopping vehicles linked to a smuggling ring, a published report confirms in Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

The Chinese newspaper Apple Daily, which has established an anti-establishment reputation in China, reported the eavesdropping procedures and released a photograph identifying the components it claims are used to listen to conversations inside vehicles.

The cars are those licensed in both China and Hong Kong.

The Chinese claim that the devices are "just for inspection."

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